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Old 21 Aug 2008, 05:01 pm
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Default Acura Gear shifter button?

I have a Acura CL 1999 3.0. It is an automatic car, and I wanted to change the gear knob. But, it has a button you have to press to enable it to move from P to R to N to D4. I wanted to match the dash wood (burlwood) with the new gear knob. However, Am I going to have a problem buying one with that button?
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Old 21 Aug 2008, 05:31 pm
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